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MyLakeTown.com can be Free to use, due to a Unique Business Membership Program

All these benefits can be completely FREE for Board and Association Members to use through a unique Business Membership Program.

MyLakeTown.com creates a unique opportunity for Lake Associations to raise revenue simply by including the local businesses that are part of your lake community.

Your Association can offer business memberships – basic, premium and featured – to local businesses that have served your homeowners for years. Local restaurants, realtors, markets, propane dealers and so many more retailers and service providers are eager to show their support of the Lake.

Your Lake Association contacts local Businesses to support the site and MyLakeTown.com does the rest. The money from the Business Members you sign on pays your monthly service fee. Additional income from Business Members, over the monthly service fee, your Association will earn 40%. This can produce hundreds of extra dollars to support and enhance the Association’s initiatives.  MyLakeTown.com takes care of all the Business Membership advertisement design/content, advertisement placement on the website and billing.
If your Associations is not interested in having Business Membership on your site, you just pay the low monthly fee for all the great benefits.

Without the Business Membership Program

If your Association is not interested in having business placement on your community website, you can receive all the same great MyLaketown.com Support and Service for your Association by paying the low monthly service fee.  See pricing information below.

The low monthly fee can be paid by local Business Members or the Association can elect to pay the low monthly fee and skip having Business Members.  

 

Contact us and we would be happy to discuss which method is best for your Association.

 

MyLakeTown.com can migrate your Association's website current content to your new MyLakeTown.com Community website for you.  We copy your website’s current content and place it on your new site for a one time set up fee.  The set up fee is $125 for the first 12 pages; we also set up your Membership database and upload it to the site for you. Over 10 pages we charge an additional $100.  If you would like to move the content yourself we can show you how at no charge.

Website Content Management Services

If you do not have someone within your Association to manage your new website, MyLakeTown.com can manage and update your website and its content for you.  From simple updates to your site to designing and creating new pages specifically for your Association, we can do it all for  you.  We make it easy for your Association, just sit back and have your site managed by a MyLakeTown.com website professional.  You can purchase our 4 Hour Package for discounted rate of only $160, or you can purchase an hour at a time for only $50 per hour.  The software is so easy to use most anyone can make updates and add new content, but if you just do not have the time or the desire we will be glad to do it for you.  Give us a call, we will be happy to talk to you more about the convenient service.  (855) 525-3869

10.19.15 Jefferson Project Makes Waves ...

At New York's Lake George, a 32-mile-long lake located in the Adirondack Mountains, more than 60 researchers are now turning to sensors and connected systems to better understand environmental threats—including road salt, agricultural contaminants, invasive species and the growth of algae—so that they can better protect the lake and its water.

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02.08.15 Population is the cause of lak...

Thanks for publishing the two perspective columns on “Troubled Water” regarding the cleanup of Lake Champlain in the Feb. 1 edition.
Unfortunately, neither Elizabeth Courtney nor James Ehlers addresses the true cause of the water pollution, which is the tremendous growth of the human population in the Lake Champlain basin in recent decades. In just Chittenden County the population has grown from 75,000 in 1960 to 160,000 in 2013 or 111 percent.

Rutland Herald
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20150208/OPINION04/702089917

 
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